Are you interested in learning a new craft or would you just like to explore your creativity.  Come and join this small friendly class where you will design and create your own piece of Glass Art

 

During your session we will look at the process of kiln-formed glass and some simple techniques to enable you to make your own unique fused glass pieces.

We will start the session making a small sun-catcher as an introduction to the materials we will be using during the morning. After our coffee break you will design your Tea Light using pre cut bases, glass shapes, glass beads and accessory materials. So no glass cutting needed!

 Linda has lots of examples to use or create your own designs. 

Each session is suitable for beginners and those who have some experience with glass.

Plenty of opportunity for 1-1 help.  

This could be the first step towards a new hobby, discovering your own creative talent or just having some fun with friends in a relaxed atmosphere.                                                      

  • Please don’t wear open toed shoes to the workshop
  • There is a lovely cafe on site for refreshments.

Collection 7 days after the session from the venue, after your pieces have been fired. (postage £5 extra)

 All materials, kiln firing and your tea light base included. No experience necessary. 

 

Session: Friday 24 May 2024, 10am-1pm

Tickets: £70/£63 *10% off if booked with An intro to fused glass!

Tutor: Linda Rowe

Linda has been a glass artist for over 24 years, based at her workshop near Cranborne Dorset.

Linda explores the traditional techniques of Stained Glass, Copper foil ‘Tiffany’, Mosaics and Glass Fusing. Captivated by the light, texture and colour combinations of glass, she has developed a range of vibrant contemporary designs.

These include, framed tiffany pictures and sun catchers, vibrant fused glass jewellery, and fused glass hangings, coasters and bowls.

Her work is inspired by the natural forms and colours.

Linda is keen to share her enthusiasm for glass and runs taster sessions, full and half day workshops

  • Glass tea lights

Dates and times

  1. Fri 24 May 2024
    10:00am
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